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regarding healthcare, access to healthcare, and denial of healthcare? will that happen based on a ?erson's political believes these questions will be considered out of bounds one week ago. today, these questions are considered more than reasonable. and more than fair for the american people. what you will hear our state tories of common people from across the united states and wanted to be able to access their free speech rights as american citizens, but they were denied those rights because their tax status was denied in order to be able to speak out as an organization. we collected an impressive group of individuals that have very important things to say to you today. we have members of the united states senate, house of representatives, the most poorly we will hear from those people who were victimized by this administration, and this administration's policies. what -- i like to ask mitch mcconnell to come to the podium. thank you. >> thank you. as eric wilson from kentucky is here, i first heard about this issue from him in the summer of 2012. i made a speech about the threat of the
is to focus on how do you centralize healthcare, run up the costs and decreased access? is the reason we're here on the floor today. i. i reserve the balance of my time. >> mr. speaker, i yield myself two minutes. republicans will do is take away all the benefits the american people are already and theyder this law will stop the full implementation of a to provide millions of people with health insurance opportunities. i republicans colleagues say they want to do something about people with existing conditions. they say they care about stopping discriminatory practices. they want to stop rising healthcare costs. this bill, the affordable care act, as the one legislation that takes major steps on these issues. republicans offered nothing but opposition over and over again. this is the 37th time the house will vote to repeal the bill. the public and said it would kill jobs and they were wrong. they said the law would drive up health-care costs through the roof, they were wrong. we are seeing the slowest growth in health-care spending in decades. they have ignored the significant benefits t
to bring his healthcare law back to life asking several members of his administration including health and human secretary kathleen sebelius for help. >> gregg: we are tracking several new developments in the boston marathon investigation. what key piece of intel russia withheld from the united states and boston police say the tsarnaev brothers may have killed before. >> heather: and britain's prince harry taking america by storm. we've got the latest on the young visit with wounded service members in colorado next. >> i'm in afghanistan. i would like to wish my mother a very helps a mother's day. i miss you and love you and see you soon. look what mommy is having. mommy's having a french fry. yes she is, yes she is. [ bop ] [ male announcer ] could've had a v8. 100% vegetable juice, with three of your daily vegetable servings in every little bottle. i did? when visa signature asked everybody what upgraded experiences really mattered... you suggested luxury car service instd of "strength training with patrick willis." come on todd! flap them chicken wings. [ grunts ] well, i travel a l
services which might have bon beyond the healthcare law, hitting up private companies to pay for public lit for the healthcare law, to saying say ng of the backing forthand talking points and general david pet petraeus wanting out. do these scandals divide and conquer themselves and that's what the administration hopes for? >> you never know. again, go back to watergate. now we think, oh, it was just about this one thing. about the taping, and nixon's involvement after the fact in the coverup. in fact, during the watergate scandal, there were at least seven or eight different scandals involving nixon's taxes, and this administration aide and that administration aide. so, again, it was a collection of scandals that we collectively referred to as watergate and these three may be lumped together eventually as time goes on. >> neil: thank you very much. before we cut to the next story, want to leave you with a comment about the upi of the opening watergate hearings 40 years ago today, that they will be a short-lived affair, a political opportunity for democrats to pounce on a president who so f
on repealing the healthcare law? >> they really got opposition from their rush the numbers, saying the house isn't doing enough to repeal the health law. present obama has been a ray unelected -- has been reelected. that doesn't mean that house republicans don't want to make a statement and make it clear that they continue to fight this law. >> how many times have they tried to repeal the law? >> this'll will be the 37th vote to reveal a portion of the law. there has been 37 votes. was from the last three years. it do so be the third time that they have attempted epea >> what are republicans saying about the healthcare law that they say is the economy? >> it is a lot of things that are going to start going into effect that are going to be requirement on employers. we are seeing some insurance -- there is likely going to be increases in rates is going to hurt the public. they want to continue to put attention on the law. alexa mcgrath in this debate -- >> democrats have seen this debate before. what are they saying on this go around? >> they are saying this is more of the same and that congre
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illegal himwoer he provided insurance, healthcare, and people working for him for 30 years, and he could not win a contract and he is about to go out of business. i can say to you you can have too much workers and it could adversely impact wages. a professor at harvard, and acknowledged expert on this, as demonstrated just how much wages are pulled down, in some instances as much as $1600 a year, and that is a substantial difference for a working american making $20,000. that is more than $100 a month. ouress i am saying what is growth prospect? i mentioned the cbo numbers. blue chip consensus -- most of us have heard of blue chip -- is an average of 55 private economic forecasters who are predicting gdp growth below 3% in the future and only 2.5% between the out years, 2020 and 2024. academic economists are predicting that. the day before yesterday, "the wall street journal" published their survey of 52 economists that predict steady but slow economic growth which means slow job creation. "the wall street journal" says "i just for population growth and it will take nine more years to re
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